PARTNERSHIPS: CWAA Joins U.S. Water Partnership

The Clean Water America Alliance (CWAA) is one of three civil society members joining the Global Environmental & Technology Foundation, the U.S. Department of State and others in a public-private partnership. The partnership will share U.S. knowledge, leverage and mobilize resources, while facilitating cross-sector partnerships to find solutions to global water challenges, especially in the developing world.
During a conference on World Water Day, hosted by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Alliance President Ben Grumbles joined other non-governmental and governmental partners to help launch the effort. ?

?Wet diplomacy, backed by American know-how and experience, makes for a cleaner and safer world,? explained Grumbles. ?The Clean Water America Alliance is honored to support the U.S. Water Partnership, a unique coalition of governmental and non-governmental organizations committed to global water sustainability. By building a strong network of public and private agencies, business leaders and environmental experts here at home in the U.S., we can make a real and lasting impact around the globe with strategic, compassionate rescue missions.?

CWAA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to unite people and policies for water sustainability. It was asked to join the partnership because of its ability to connect with all sectors of the U.S. water community and help the partnership tap into the best and brightest on American soil. ?

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